Program Description Sixty-six million years ago, a meteorite larger than Mount Everest slammed into Earth, catalyzing a mass extinction that spelled the end for 75 percent of life on Earth, including the dinosaurs. This cataclysmic event has long fascinated paleontologists: How do we know that this impact occurred, millions of years before humans evolved? What evidence emerges from hillsides, craters, and fossils? And, of course, what happened next? Join paleontologists from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science for a live look at the dramatic end of Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops, and the dawn of the age of mammals. Broadcasting live from the Corral Bluffs, Colorado, site if weather permits. Grades Recommended for grades 4 – 12, but all are welcome. Date and Times Thursday, May 7 at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.m. All times are Mountain Time. Program Length 45 minutes Cost Participating in this electronic field trip is FREE at this time. Equipment requirements Computer connected to the internet with a webcam, external microphone, and external speakers. Scientists in Action productions use Zoom videoconferencing software, downloadable at https://zoom.us/download.